“Kissing a married man and the guilt is the worst feeling…”

When Jennifer Lawrence broke her silence on set in a spurred sex scene with her co-star Chris Pratt (Photo credit: Facebook/Chris Pratt, Wikipedia)

Actors and actresses, regardless of the cinema they are in, work hard to get into character and set the scene. One of the hardest parts of filmmaking is the stimulated sex scenes in movies. Hollywood actress Jennifer Lawrence once talked about filming the scene in one of her movies.

The American sci-fi romance film Passengers was released in 2016. The film received mixed reviews, with praise for performances by Lawrence and Chris Pratt. The film had a spurred-on sex scene that became the talk of the town.

Jennifer Lawrence during a chat with Helen Mirren and Cate Blanchett at The Hollywood Reporter’s Awards Season Roundtable admitted that she was a nervous wreck while filming her very first sex scene, with Chris Pratt. She said: ‘It was my first time kissing a married man, and guilt is the worst feeling in your stomach. And I knew it was my job, but I couldn’t tell my stomach.

The Oscar-winning actress added that she even called her mother for reassurance. “You want it to be real, you want it all to be real, but then. . . He was the most vulnerable I had ever been.

Jennifer Lawrence also once opened up about her relationships and sex life. During a chat with The Sun, Jennifer revealed that she doesn’t have sex as much as the world thinks. “I always talk like I want cock, but the truth is when I think back to my sexual past, it was always with boyfriends. I talk like I like it, but I don’t really do it” , she said.

Lawrence then added, “I’m mostly a germaphobe too. I’ve done it so far with no STIs. D*ck is dangerous. If I was at the point where I could catch an STI, the doctors were already involved. That’s how germaphobic I am.

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